Welcome to The Music of Dr. J (Jeff Ewing)


The Music of Dr. J (Jeff Ewing)
Keyboard Musician & Vocalist
Live Entertainer

Music Enhances The Body, The Mind & The Soul

Classic Hits/Memories from The 30’s to The 70’s
Entertaining in the GTA
A “Zoomer” Entertaining Zoomer’s 

The Music of Dr. J (Jeff Ewing) is a Greater Toronto Area (GTA) based Keyboard Musician & Vocalist that specializes in enthusiastic music (Classic Hits) from The 30’s to The 70’s, perfect for a mature audience that wants to dance or listen to their favourite hits. Great entertainment for the Zoomer Generation & at any Special Event Including:

All Retirement Communities
Weddings, Anniversaries
Significant Birthday Parties
Association, Club or Corporate Events
Community Events, Festivals and BBQ’s
Any Event where everyone would enjoy Fun Memories

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Music Genres

(Period Covered 1930’s – 1970’s)
Contemporary & Traditional Pop | Dance | Easy Listening | Crooners | Jazz | Swing | Big Band | Blues | Folk | Folk Rock | Country | Country Rock | Country Swing | Reggae & SKA | Rhythm & Blues | Soul | Rock & Roll |

Electronic Press Kit Available

Dr. J (Jeff Ewing) Performs Classic/Traditional Country Hits
A Tribute to Eddy Arnold, Hank Williams & Jim Reeves Contact Jeff for More Info

 A member of We Entertain Seniors


Available to Entertain in: Acton | Ajax | Alliston | Ancaster | Aurora | Barrie | Bowmanville | Brampton | Brantford | Burlington | Cambridge | East York | Etobicoke | Guelph | Hamilton | King City | Kitchener | Maple | Markham | Milton | Mississauga | Newmarket | Niagara Region | North York | Oakville | Orangeville | Orillia | Oshawa | Pickering | Peterborough | Port Perry | Richmond Hill | Scarborough | St Catharines | Stoney Creek | Stouffville | Thornhill | Toronto | Uxbridge | West Hill | Whitby

Music Lifestyle Resources:
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Top 12 Brain-Based Reasons Why Music as Therapy Works
  1. Music is a core function in our brain
  2. Our bodies entrain to rhythm
  3. We have physiologic responses to music
  4. Children (even infants) respond readily to music
  5. Music taps into our emotions
  6. Music helps improve our attention skills
  7. Music uses shared neural circuits as speech
  8. Music enhances learning
  9. Music taps into our memories
  10. Music is a social experience
  11. Music is predictable, structured, and organized–and our brain likes it!
  12. Music is non-invasive, safe and motivating

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